Northeast Poblano Peppers-Organic
Locally Grown Organic Peppers from Kitchen Garden Farm located in Sunderland, MA.
Peppers add flavor and spice to anything you choose to add them to. Or just eat them as a snack-tasty and a lil spicy!
Picked and then freeze-dried at their peek of freshness and nutrition. Freeze drying captures all the nutrition of fresh and adds a delightful texture/crunch.
Poblano (pronounced poh-blah-noh) are mild chili peppers named after the Mexican state of Puebla where they were first grown. They’re one of the most popular peppers used in Mexican and Tex-Mex cooking because they’re not very spicy, but have a really great flavor.
Poblanos are dark green in color, wide at the stem and narrow along the length of the pepper. When they’re mature, they’re about four inches long and two inches wide.
Poblano peppers range from 1000 to 2,000 Scoville Heat Units on the Scoville Scale. This makes them fairly mild on the low end, though at 2,000 SHU, that places them at close to mild jalapeno pepper pepper heat. The Poblano is certainly milder, though can have a bit of a kick.